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One of the advantages to owning a Reston home is the protective covenants included in the Reston Deed of Dedication. When you purchased your property, you agreed to comply with the property covenants and so help to maintain the design standard that was established for Reston properties. For more than 30 years, Reston properties have retained their beauty and usefulness because property owners participate in the design review process. For any additional questions, contact the Covenants Staff at 703.437.9580. You can find the Design Guidelines under the Property Owners Resources menu item at the top of this page or by clicking on the FAQs below.
How are violations found or reported?
How are violations resolved?
What are the consequences if a property does not comply with the Use and Maintenance Covenants?
Is it possible to have an application re-heard by the DRB if I (or an Affected Party) object to the decision?
How long is the DRB decision valid?
How long do I have to wait for the DRB decision?
Can you explain how a DRB meeting is run?
Who serves on the DRB?
If I have an application scheduled for the DRB Panel review, should I attend the meeting?
How often does the DRB meet?
Who is an “Affected Party”?
Why do I have to notify my neighbors? And, whom do I have to notify?
What should be included with my application?
Do all applications have to be reviewed by the DRB?
What items require review and approval?